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Online games are harnessing humans' skills to solve scientific problems that are currently beyond the ability of computers.
Researchers are mining Twitter's vast flow of data to measure public sentiment, follow political activity, and detect earthquakes and flu outbreaks.
Computers that tease out patterns from clinical data could improve patient diagnosis and care.
There's renewed interest in upgrading power grids to make regions more energy efficient. The same may be needed for the grids that distribute power on modern microprocessors.
Side channels give out information that can be used to crack secrets, but researchers are identifying the holes and trying to close them.
Online coupled mesoscale meteorology atmospheric chemistry models have undergone a rapid evolution in recent years. Although mainly developed by the air quality modelling community, these models are… (More)
Gesture and gaze are among the newest additions to a growing family of computer interfaces.